Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Halitosis or bad breath may be caused by poor oral hygiene, the build-up of bacteria or toxins in the mouth, gum disease,
smoking, or drinking alcohol. The underlying cause may need to be established, e.g. infections in the gut or liver toxicity.

Associated Symptoms

  • Bad breath
  • The coating on the tongue
  • Discomfort in the liver area

Relevant Test 1

Complete Microbiome Mapping Code 2206


CDSA Level 3+ Code 2006

Relevant Test 2

H. Pylori Code 2010

Relevant Test 3

Intestinal Permeability Test Code 2011